We have more than 50 faculty members across six major subdisciplines of Psychology. They look forward to having you in their classes, and many engage undergraduates in their research projects. We hope you are able to take advantage of both of these opportunities and find the experiences rewarding.
On campus, research-focused programs exist in six areas: Behavioral Neuroscience, Clinical Psychology, Cognition & Cognitive Neuroscience, Ecological/Community Psychology, Organizational Psychology, and Social/Personality Psychology. While a masters degree is acquired as part of the plan of study, students applying to these programs should have the intention of obtaining a Ph.D.
We also offer a fully online M.A. and graduate certificate in Program Evaluation. This separate program is designed for individuals interested in becoming practicing evaluators or advancing their current roles in this field.